Time in the Work of Frank Lloyd Wright
This paper contains a first exploration of the question of time in the work of the American architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Frans Sturkenboom is an architect and a lecturer at the Academy of Architecture in Arnhem and the Academy of Architecture in Amsterdam. He teaches architectural theory and history. He is also a researcher for the Professorship in Theory in the Arts at ArtEZ University of the Arts in Arnhem. His publications include essays on Frank Lloyd Wright, Carlo Scarpa, Francesco Borromini, and Aldo Rossi. He has just published a book on gesture in architecture, ‘De Gestiek van de architectuur’ (Arnhem, Artez Press, 2017) in which he analyses the late twentieth-century shift from an architecture of space to an architecture of (deep) surface. He is currently doing a PhD (‘Time in the work of Frank Lloyd Wright’) at Delft University of Technology.